Indigenous all stars team

World all stars team

What is All Stars

The Harvey Norman All Stars provides the perfect setting for fans to see the best the NRL has to offer when the Indigenous All Stars take on the World All Stars at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium on Saturday 13th February 2016.

The Indigenous All Stars, led by South Sydney champion Greg Inglis will be out to prove themselves against a World team consisting of a host of internationals. Representing their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families and communities, the Indigenous All Stars will play with plenty of pride and passion as they look to extend their winning record.

The introduction of the World All Stars in 2016 will ensure that pride and passion among represented nations will also be on show with players selected from countries including Australia, England, New Zealand and from across the Pacific.

Played on the anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations, Rugby League is proud of its role in dealing with social issues and the achievements of programs and initiatives delivered across the Game, including the role of the Harvey Norman All Stars in showcasing this.

All Stars Events Calendar

Tue 9 Feb
4.00pm – 6.00pm: Indigenous All Stars and World All Stars Harvey Norman Store Appearance – Aspley, Address: 1411 – 1419 Gympie Road, Aspley.
Thu 11 Feb
4.00pm – 5.00pm: Indigenous All Stars (2 players) World All Stars (2 players) AMART Sports Store signing session, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane
Fri 12 Feb
Murri v Korri Interstate Challenge, East Carina Junior Rugby League Football Club
6pm – NRL Indigenous All Stars Jersey Presentation
Sat 13 Feb
The 2016 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars at Suncorp Stadium.
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